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bassinet

The clear plastic crib used in hospital nurseries.
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Shulman was rocking Donna in a little bassinette and smoking a cigarette.
Today, there are no bassinettes in sight at the company's current location in Escondido, where it has been baking its confections for the past 20 years.
She had gone in to check Rosamund in her bassinette, safe in the middle of the bed, surrounded by visitors' coats.
Josephine Bassinette, the World Bank's acting country director for Afghanistan, remarked: "Improving the quality of education is a critical ingredient for human capital development, poverty alleviation and economic growth."
Did she need a bassinette or a diaper service or a stroller?
A nurse escorted us to the car, and laid my baby in the waiting bassinette, while he stowed my bag into the boot.
the scope put forward by the trust is designed to put in place a service covering, among other things: a) supply of standard and specialist beds and associated equipment including general patient beds bariatric beds ultra-low beds clinical birthing beds trolleys (including a&e, theatre & cath lab) cots cribs and bassinettes foam static mattresses matt
The only difference I can see is that Northam would keep doomed babies "comfortable" in bassinettes. The ultimate outcome would be the same.
Go New in the Nursery: Check that all painted cribs, bassinettes, and high chairs were made after 1978 to avoid potential lead paint poisoning.
Bassinettes, a scale for weighing infants, and a photomural of babies represent a 1920s maternity ward.
When they popped up on the hospital computer, Laura went downstairs to the nursery and there they were, asleep beneath the name cards scotch-taped to the bassinettes. One of these names on its own is enough to invite a lifetime of ridicule.
However, her babies will have bassinettes, nameplates, and top-of-the-range strollers.